Line Detection And Mapping
The RD1100 provides detection professionalism. Surveyors and other users can trace and mark all kinds of cables and pipes that are included in plastic and ceramics. Ability to store screen display in built-in internal memory, which also provides the ability to send screen images via Wi-Fi or via email in case of emergency or later to USB memory card. The GPS position is captured for integration into Google Earth ™.
takes utility locating to the next level, offering users easily interpreted Depth Slices as well as traditional Line Views. Use proprietary FrequenSee™ technology to highlight small/shallow, medium or large/deep buried tilities. Enhance the RD1500 with software to export GPR data and perform detailed analysis, and with external GPS for higher positional accuracy.
Advanced Reporting with RD1500 data analysis PC software.
RD1500’s Enhancement Package includes the comprehensive EKKO_Project PC software solution for GPR data analysis and management, allowing you to:
* Slice through the depth data on your computer
* Generate PDF reports that include data images, screenshots and photos alongside your text and company logo
* Export data to other formats like CSV, SEG-Y etc. 3 additional modules to add to the Enhancement Package, for even greater levels of analysis, are available in Utility Suite:
* Line View modifies and displays GPR lines.
* Slice View processes and displays grid data, and can output data for 3D visualization and geo-referencing software programs
* Interpretation for adding point, polyline, box and annotation interpretations to GPR lines in post-processing
Allows the user to select the low, medium or high part of the frequency spectrum giving the benefits of multiple antennas while maintaining the quality of a single antenna system. FrequenSee exploits the wide bandwidth of the RD1500 antenna, selectively enhancing shallow and small, medium depth and size, or deep and large targets. Or all at once!
Since Radiodetection launched the first commercial, twin antenna, cable and pipe locators over 40 years ago, we have pioneered many technologies that are used widely in the location industry today. Behind developments such as depth measurement, StrikeAlert® and Current Direction® is a drive to protect utilities from damage, making excavation easier and safer. RD8100, our most advanced precision locator range, is built on this pedigree for performance, quality and durability. Containing a unique arrangement of 5 antennas, it allows you to choose the optimum level of precision for the job in hand. Integrated GPS and usage-logging options automatically generate data for customer reports, or in-house quality and safety audits to promote best working practices.
Making complex locates simpler
With utility infrastructures becoming more complex, locate professionals require more powerful tools to simplify the task of distinguishing between and tracing different utilities.
CD (CURRENT DIRECTION)
Identify your target amongst a number of parallel utilities by applying a specialized CD signal from the Tx-10 transmitter. CD arrows displayed on the locator confirm you are tracing your target.
TRACE HIGH- IMPEDANCE UTILITIES WITH 4 kHz
The 4 kHz locate frequency enables lines such as twisted pair telecoms or street lighting to be traced over longer distances. Since such utilities are often found in areas of dense infrastructure, you can combine 4 kHz with CD to improve trace accuracy.
USE POWER FILTRES TO PINPOINT AND DISCRIMINATE BETWEEN POWER CABLES
When a signal transmitter can’t be connected, tracing individual power lines through dense networks can be a real challenge. Conflicting or powerful signals confuse or combine to create a wash of signal. A single key press uses the harmonic properties of power signals to establish if a signal comes from one source, or from multiple cables which you can then trace and mark.
Speed combined with accuracy – Peak+ Mode
Peak+ mode allows you to add either Guidance or Null locating to the accuracy of Peak mode.
* Adding Guidance gets you to the Peak position faster.
* Adding Null to Peak lets you check for the distortion caused by other utilities,
In addition, it will be possible to determine the pipeline point at pipeline surveys (CIPS-DCVG-ACVG) and to proceed on the right route will give us the most accurate measurement result. This is what we need to do with the most accurate detector.
To provide depth measurements and route mapping of the insulation fault detection found during survey.